Town of Oregon Burn Permit

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Town of Oregon - Burn Permit

Ordinance Overview

Outdoor burning in the Town of Oregon is subject to specific regulations, with the following exceptions:

1. The Fire Department must be notified prior to any burning within the Oregon Area Fire/EMS District.

2. Individuals conducting the burn will be held responsible for any damages and/or costs associated with extinguishing the fire.

3. A burn permit is required and must be obtained by phone or in person at the fire station on the day of the burn.

Additional guidelines include:

- The burning site must be situated at least 30 feet away from any structures.

- The fire must be attended at all times during the burn.

- Appropriate means for extinguishing the fire should be readily available at all times.

It is important to note that the burning of certain materials is prohibited, including:

- Trash
- Plastics
- Rubber
- Construction waste
- Treated wood
- Painted wood
- Waste oil
- Recyclables

Wisconsin DNR Website

  • Burn permits will not be issued on days when the DNR declares the fire danger in Dane County to be high, very high, or extreme, as indicated on this link.

Acknowledgement

Please read all of the information below. If you do not understand any of the information within this page please contact the fire department directly by phone.


Resolution #20-003

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Personal Information

Please provide your contact information and the location of the burn.


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